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Re: How do you audit what Perl modules you use?

by lithron (Chaplain)
on May 09, 2005 at 19:05 UTC ( #455281=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How do you audit what Perl modules you use?

A little something I stole from the monestary recently. I wish I'd have commented the code with who the user that posted it was.
END { print STDERR "Modules used:\n", map { " $_\n" } values %INC; }

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Re^2: How do you audit what Perl modules you use?
by DrWhy (Chaplain) on May 09, 2005 at 21:22 UTC
    Of course this will only show you what modules were actually used on a particular run of the program. That's not guaranteed to get you every module that may be used in your code, e.g. if you require a module in some conditional, to name just one possible way to avoid acutally using modules mentioned in your code.


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